"People exist out of and by emotions. Thats my vision".
Poems and thoughts - Haiku - a personal vision
Thoughts captured in a poem
To me, my poems have become a way to express my deepest feelings. The poems you are about to read on this pages are a reflection of my thoughts. If in any way they bring up some confusing feelings or issues, talk to someone close to you. It may help to have a comforting, supportive person who can help you sort out what's on your mind.
I do hope that reading these poems may be as much fun as writing them was to me. Tonnie Lubbers
She's a woman (okt. 20-2008)
She's a woman and she knows it.
She's a woman and she shows it.
She's a girl who ... >> She's a woman
Love isn't knowing (dec. 1-2008)
The fact that someone loves you ... >> Love isn't knowing
For a long time now, the simple form of a Haiku, a short Japanese form of poetry, intrigues me. Without much words, a feeling, a moment in time or an event is captured in just a few lines.
Not an easy job, I can tell you. Writing a short story in so little words. A Haiku contains just 3 sentences with just 17 syllables. The first line contains 5 syllables, the second line just 7, and the third line 5.